Updated: Dempsey “strongly encourages” PSC to cancel hearing on SB 207

Updated: PSC Chairman Robert Kenney told the Missouri Times that they're continuing to read through the letter. "We've received the letter, and Sen. Dempsey makes...

Legislators request PSC involvement in ISRS bill, Chairman Funderburk wants PSC findings before moving...

By Scott Faughn JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – At the request of a member of the General Assembly, the Public Service Commission will weigh-in on legislation...

Electric coalition expands TV ad campaign touting infrastructure surcharge

By Eli Yokley — Supporters of legislation that would allow Missouri’s electric companies to seek rate increases to fund previously completed infrastructure projects released a...

Behind the Scenes: The work involved in Senate Bill 26

By Ashley Jost JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — While Senate Bill 26 currently is out of his hands, Sen. Will Kraus, R-Kansas City, the bill’s sponsor,...

House announces efforts to expand Show Me Heroes Education Fund

By Ashley Jost JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — In an effort to combat funding cuts to the Department of Defense due to scheduled automatic budget cuts,...

Senate committee hears DOR testimony

By Ashley Jost JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Senate Appropriations Committee Chairman Kurt Schaefer, R-Columbia, expressed serious concerns about ethics and honesty during a hearing Wednesday...

A look back on the first half of session with House Speaker Tim Jones

By Eli Yokley JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — A calm before the storm has fallen on Jefferson City as lawmakers and staff members are home in...

House Committee hears time sensitive TANF bill

By Ashley Jost JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — The House Children, Family and Persons with Disabilities Committee heard two bills last week that seek to update...

Cordial but determined letters exchanged between leaders of the conservative and moderate senate factions...

by Scott Faughn JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - Letters between Sen. Mike Kehoe, R-Jefferson City, the leader moderate faction of moderate senators looking to pass Senate...

Senate passes joint resolution for one percent use tax

By Collin Reischman JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — The Missouri Senate passed a resolution today that, if approved by voters, would increase the sales and use...

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